Britney Spears recalls traumatic conservatorship and being called 'fat' everyday, says 'I'd never remember feeling so demoralized'


After a long struggle, Britney Spears got freedom from a traumatic conservatorship. Her father Jamie Spears was removed as her conservator in 2021 after controlling the singer's life and money for 13 years. Now, on Sunday, Britney released a long audio message on social media about her controversial conservatorship. However, she deleted the link later. 

However, the link went viral before she deleted it. In the audio message, Britney said, "I woke up this morning and I realised there's a lot going on in my head that I haven't shared with anyone." She further told in the audio that she was forced to work and tour, and was barred from seeing her friends or driving her own car.

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She shared, "They made me feel like I was nothing and I went along with it because I was scared. I didn't really do anything, I had a whole swab team, none of it made any sense." Britney also mentioned, "All I do remember is that I had to do what I was told. I was told I was fat every day, I had to go to the gym, I had to just, and I'd never remember feeling so demoralized."

After mentioning that she couldn't even ask for help as her phone was tapped, Britney stated, "You also have to understand, it was like 15 years of touring and doing shows. And I'm 30 years old, living under my dad's rules. And while all of this is going on, my mom's witnessing this, my brother, my friends -they all go along with it."

Britney tied the knot with her beau Sam Asghari in June 2022. She was expecting a child with him but suffered an unfortunate miscarriage in May this year. 

(Source: Inputs from AFP)